Why do Americans complain about the alleged high crime rate of blacks?

I mean, the American economic system deliberately and strategically seeks to keep blacks poor and easily available for menial jobs because America is the most racist nation in the World. The American economic system has done a good job of imposing long-term poverty on black people, and poverty = crime and domestic violence (massive correlation) . Also, American institutions deny their minorities access to a decent education in a decent environment, meaning that many American blacks have missed out on social and academic enrichment. Why do Americans complain about black crime-rate when it is a problem they created for themselves?

Asked By: - 1/16/2012
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A lot of Americans have been brainwashed by the media and believe whatever they tell us. We repeat the same propaganda that's been fed to us for years instead of researching for ourselves. The media tells us that terrorists hate us because of our freedoms, so we believe it and repeat it. Never looking at the fact... More
Answered By: Lee - 1/16/2012
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Another on blaming others for the blacks problems. They have every opportunity to do better. It is their choice what they do with their life.
Answered By: mnwomen - 1/16/2012
for you to hate americans like you said earlier,you sure are nosy about us aren't you?
Answered By: b*******d - 1/16/2012
American society helped create a Frankenstein now complain at their creation.. In saying that they can't be given 100% of the blame as it is up to the individual however it is obvious American society has greatly helped to put black americans at a disadvantage when it comes to life and progression..
Answered By: djPIERRE - 1/16/2012
Everyone should complain about crime, whether it is "black" or "white".
Answered By: Frank S - 1/16/2012
it costs the taxpayers $60,000. per year for one prisoner. not a single one is worth it. your blaming the wrong people for their actions. get educated.
Answered By: sunrise - 1/16/2012
You are making excuses. What it comes down to is personal responsibility. Blacks always have a choice regardless of how bleak their situation may seem.
Answered By: Danny's New Account - 1/16/2012
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